Founded in 2008, OHT [Office for a Human Theatre] is the research studio of theatre-maker and curator Filippo Andreatta whose work deals with landscape, daily personal politics and public spaces.

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OHT has achieved national and international collaborations such as Haydn Foundation (IT), NYC Artists’ Salon (USA), Roma Europa festival (IT), Triennale Teatro dell’Arte Milan (IT), the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation (USA), Whitechapel Gallery London (UK), Teatro della Tosse Genova (IT), Italian Cultural Institute of Vienna (AT), MAXXI museum of the arts of the XXI century Rome (IT), among the others. Finally, Centrale Fies and MART Museum of modern and contemporary art, have frequently been partners of various projects, either for productions or for premieres.

OHT has been honoured with awards for artistic excellence, including Nuove Sensibilità for young theatre directors (2008), Movin’Up award for young artists (2016 and 2017), OPER.A 20.21 Fringe (2017) and nominated for Best Set-Design at UBU prize (2018).

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“Filippo Andreatta is a new name of the Italian Theatre” > la Lettura - Corriere della Sera

“Keep ringing, bell, please! [...] an opera that you would never want to end” > la Lettura - Corriere della Sera

“One of the most interesting company on the new indie scene” > la Rebubblica

“OHT was born to actualise what is abstract” > Icon Design

“A talented Italian company” > SKY arte

“It opens your mind to the deeper meaning of democracy” > l’Adige

“In its minute pride, the Minuta Retrospettiva [by OHT] brings back theatre to its basis, as a place dedicated to the existential resistance.“ > Il Fatto Quotidiano

“A clear understanding is not expected, but wittiness and intelligence cannot be questioned.” > la Rebubblica

“Well thought out and cultured, to watch it in order to support us and to worry less about ourselves, or at least doing it ironically.” >


2018 - UBU Prize nomination
Curon/Graun nominated for best set-up

2017 - OPERA 20.21
Awarded by Haydn Foundation

2017 - GAI - Giovani Artisti Italiani
Moving’ Up prize

2015 - GAI - Giovani Artisti Italiani
Moving’ Up prize

2012 - Autonomous Province of Trento
Contest DiCastelloInCastello

2008 - Nuove Sensibilità
Prize for young theatre-makers


Filippo Andreatta, founder >

Laura Marinelli, producer >

Laura Artoni, curator & promoter >